M .: Publishing house "SCIENTIFIC LIBRARY", 2016. - 132 p.
You are holding the second issue of the collection, created by our staff in preparation for the centenary of the Dmitrov Kremlin Museum-Reserve. We continue to acquaint our readers with unique items on display and stored in the collections of our museum. In this collection of museum rarities, a special place is occupied, without exaggeration, by the unique hagiographic icons of Paraskeva Pyatnitsa (XVI century) from the defunct Pyatnitsky monastery, Dimitry of Solunsky (XVIII century) - the patron saint of our city, executed in an unusual style. An amazing pilgrim relic of the beginning of the XX century. are rosaries with a cross in which a miniature transparencies are mounted with a view of Jerusalem! In addition, we’ll talk about where the “hyalite” came from and how the “shot glass” was used ... But we won’t reveal all the secrets! Enjoy and informative reading to you!